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Measuring the Effectiveness of Social and Informal Learning

Posted by Julie Delazyn How you can use assessments to measure the effectiveness of informal learning?  If people are learning at different times, in different ways and without structure, how do you know it’s happening? And how can you justify investment in social and informal learning initiatives? The 70+20+10 model... Read More

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Six trends to watch in online assessment in 2014

Posted by John Kleeman As we gear up for 2014, here are six trends I suggest could be important in the coming year. 1. Privacy. The revelations in 2013 that government agencies intercept so much electronic data will reverberate in 2014. Expect a lot more questions from stakeholders about where their... Read More

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Announcing secure delivery of higher-stakes tests on the Apple iPad

Posted by Julie Delazyn Questionmark Secure been safeguarding the delivery of medium- and high-stakes tests for over a decade and last year became available to Mac users. Today, I’m pleased to announce that Questionmark Secure is now available for iPad users, too – and that you can download Questionmark Secure... Read More

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Delivering a million+ assessments takes a village: A SlideShare Presentation

Posted by Julie Delazyn What does it take to deliver thousands of different assessments to thousands of students each year? Rio Salado College, one of the largest online colleges in the United State – with 67,000 students -- knows the answer: collaboration. The people who run the college’s Questionmark assessments... Read More

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Test Security at Shenandoah University: A SlideShare Presentation

Posted by Julie Delazyn Students involved in Shenandoah University’s mobile learning initiative, iMLearning, use the Apple MacBook Pro for accessing course material and online assessments. They can also choose an iPodTouch, iPad 3G or iPhone for a quick mobile delivery option. Using the iPad for lab exercises, for instance, students... Read More

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mLearning’s about content – not devices, platforms or tools

Posted by Jim Farrell mLearnCon is a relatively new conference (about 3 years old) produced by the eLearning Guild. I attended it recently in San Jose, California, and had a great time there. If you are wondering if this conference would benefit your organization, consider these questions from the Guild’s... Read More

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Going BYOD? “Responsive Design” will help you get there

Posted by Brian McNamara We’ve talked about “BYOD” (Bring Your Own Device) in this blog recently – and about how many organizations within corporate learning and higher education are either starting to embrace the idea, or – at the very least – start planning for how they can be ready for... Read More

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On-demand or on-premise: Which is better for talent management? Part 2

Posted by John Kleeman In an earlier post, I explained 6 reasons why the Cloud is usually better for deploying talent management software. These were: 1. On-demand gives you access to innovation and use of mobile devices 2. Deployment is easier with on-demand and allows quick pilots 3. On-demand requires... Read More